Dragalia Lost is a new mobile game from Nintendo that released yesterday. I’ve played the first few chapters by myself after going through the large and small downloads up front. It has potential to be a great amount of fun, especially with the co-op multiplayer, but there is a lot of information and mechanics thrown at you in the beginning to create a learning curve of sorts with all the menus and options. Ready to form a pact?
For today, I’ll be revisiting one of my favorite Nintendo 3DS games, Kid Icarus Uprising. It originally came out on March 22nd, 2012, six years ago. While the controls can become painful after playing for too long, this main critique does not take away from what is an otherwise a great adventure. I’ve talked about it in previous articles, saying that it is a must-have for anyone with a 3DS and how there should be a sequel in the future (Not 20 years away though!). “Sorry to keep you waiting!” – Pit
As you probably know or have seen already, Nintendo came out with another Direct, showcasing upcoming Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo Switch titles. If you would like to watch it, click here. Otherwise, I’ll summarize all the announcements and updates with lists and links down below. Personally, I’m really excited for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Fire Emblem Three Houses, and Animal Crossing! Let’s-a-go!
I know this is probably an unpopular opinion, often bringing about arguments on threads, but I think it needs to be said. Some of the best and biggest games out there, as well as many upcoming ones, are always online, so those of us who don’t have good enough internet for online gaming can’t play them at all. I feel that this could be avoided for at least a few titles out there. Here, I’ll list out my reasons and acknowledge the opposite side too.
Even though it was released over a year ago, Fire Emblem Heroes continues to bring more characters, updates, and other content for new and old fans. I’m still addicted to what is my favorite mobile game of all time because I love this franchise. Nintendo Mobile recently had a small Feh Channel to mainly discuss upcoming changes in early August, which you can watch right here. Down below, I’ll be discussing some of my thoughts on recent events and how they can continue to improve the game.
Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Let’s Go, Eevee! are upcoming games for the Nintendo Switch that are scheduled to be released on November 16th, 2018. Much of the gameplay will be different to resemble the mobile hit of 2016, Pokemon Go. The announcement trailer was shown just shortly before E3 and now they are up for pre-order. Here, I will tell you my thoughts and details on what to expect.
It’s that time of the year again and I’m excited for all the news and announcements to be revealed. I haven’t been able to watch and catch myself up with everything due to my lackluster internet, but I’ll definitely be talking about it a lot over the course of two weeks. Bethesda recently had their press conference and Sony is starting to show off more of their surprises like the new gameplay footage of The Last of Us: Part II.
Nintendo is about to have their Direct at 12 p.m. (EST), so I can’t wait to hear what they have to say. My biggest hopes are that they actually tell us about the next main series entry of Fire Emblem as well as what will hopefully be a new Animal Crossing game.
What are you most excited for? Tell me in the comments or on this blog’s Facebook page. See you again soon and have a nice day! 😉